Russian psychiatric hospital denies a graverobber named Mad genius who dug up the bodies of 29 girls to make them ‘dolls.

  • Anatoly Mokvin (55), was denied the right to leave a mental hospital.
  • His lawyers stated that Moskvin wanted his partner to be married in Moscow.
  • A decade earlier, was arrested after discovering 26 corpses belonging to girls aged between three and twelve.
  • The judge ruled that he was not mentally fit to stand trial. He was instead sent to the clinic.

Russian graverobber was accused of keeping a home of horrors that contained 26 bodies of murdered little girls. He had them mummified and denied him freedom to marry.

Anatoly Mockvin, 55 years old, is a Russian historian who was detained after discovering that he had found corpses of young girls.

He was instead tried and convicted, but he was declared mentally unfit to stand trial.

Moskvin lawyers say that Moskvin is now stable enough to go outpatient after nine years’ treatment. They also claim that Moskvin wants to marry and move to Moscow.

Historian Anatoly Moskvin, 55, (pictured) has been denied in his bid to be freed from a psychiatric clinic in Russia to marry his girlfriend

Anatoly, 55-year-old historian (pictured), was refused his wish to be exempted from Russia’s mental hospital in order to marry his lover.

He was arrested a decade ago after it emerged he had dug up corpses of girls aged between three and 12 in order to mummify them

He was arrested a decade ago after it emerged he had dug up corpses of girls aged between three and 12 in order to mummify them

They say he also planned to write a book and get a job as a language teacher – taking advantage of the fact that he speaks 13 languages.

His arrest revealed that he never had a girlfriend, and was also a virgin. But, after his arrest, it seems that he formed an unlikely friendship with a language student.

The Leninsky District Court ruled that the friend could not be made into a marriage until the man was admitted as an outpatient.

The horrendous bodies of young girls he dressed up as dolls, and placed around his home was discovered by investigators after the parents of his victim visited their house.

During the court hearings, he was described as “mad genius” and was then deemed unfit for trial on the basis of a paranoid schizophrenia diagnosis. In May 2012, he went to a psychiatrist clinic.

His macabre collection contained detailed notes for each tiny body. He also did online research about the strange subject of creating mummified dolls of human remains.

Investigators were alerted to his horrific collection of bodies, which he had dressed up like dolls and positioned around his home, after Moskvin's parents made a visit

After Moskvin’s visit, investigators became aware of his horrendous collection, which Moskvin had made into dolls, and placed around his house.

Though 26 bodies were found in his home at the time of his arrest, it is believed he had dug up an astonishing 150 graves before he was finally apprehended

Although 26 bodies were discovered in the home of his suspect at the time, it was believed that he dug 150 graves prior to his arrest.

According to him, his obsession with corpses stemmed from an event when he was young. He was forced to kiss the head a 11-year-old girl’s dead head in a coffin for her funeral.

While 26 bodies were located in his house at the time of his arrest it’s believed that he had found 150 graves just before his arrest.

His knowledge and skills in the language, along with his focus on Celtic burial rights, were well-known to academic circles before his arrest.